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Uplifting Trance - Faliya

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Jul 28, 2011 | 6:20 PM EDT
File Info
11.4 MB
5 min 0 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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Rated 4.24 / 5 stars
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596 Plays | 35 Downloads
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Electronic - Trance

Author Comments

This is the longest track I've produced yet. I'm pretty happy with it :D

In this track, I tried to create a happy mood to uplift the soul from whatever is going on in your life. The emotions given of by the music can be interpreted in different ways. I think you should listen to yourself and tell me what you picture from the emotions of the song.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Lovin' the intro! Light bass and a sweet pad that comes in at the perfect time haha. Keep it going bro

neolinked responds:

Thanks for the review. My one and only newgrounds fan. Sorry for the horribly late response D:


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm honestly impressed

Though the intro started out sounding like a cheesy, regular intro to a trance track, I see after a bit that this is a proper, amazingly made track.

Sure enough the intro had a very good build-up to the main course, but the synth was quite cheesy. Then again, the same synth sounded very well later on in the track, working alongside backing synths, bass and the rhythmics. In general, both the synths and samples you used were pretty great.

You really got what you were trying to make here, an uplifting piece of trance. Oftentimes people will just spew out some high-pitched, fast-paced tones and hope it sounds uplifting, but the melody in this one gives off some sort of vibe to me, and it really feels uplifting. Like the happy ending to an adventure.

Rhythmics are a bit repetitive, but they still sound very good. They keep the pace up and they keep the track going. Maybe tune them down just a tad, as they are a bit loud as is, somewhat taking over the track itself.

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neolinked responds:

Thanks for the great review. Sorry for the horribly late response D:


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Well I can see how it would make one certainly feel happy anyways. It just has that tone of making you feel better after being sad as you head to the arena with swords in hand preparing for the tournament. You look around the area as you wonder who you may have to face to win and survive to leave the arena. You see ninjas, gunners, and martial artists. Luckily you know how to fight in each of those areas. However the first person to lose by not getting up and staying alive is the loser, the winner continues on to round two...

The drums are cool sounding and move in a rapidly good pace that motivates you to feel nice I think. The synth has a really happy feel to it though, it makes you feel like you can keep going and that no matter what that there will always be hope for you and your friends too. The bass line is nice and helps to beat move along as well. Very wonderful too.

Overall, I found this to be a rather uplifting piece that makes you feel real happy on the inside so that turns out really good too. Really nice and uplifting piece, nice work.

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neolinked responds:

Thanks for the great review. Sorry for the horribly late response D:


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Definitely a cool beginning.

First impression: Awesome start, but it needs to go into music a bit sooner than 0:24, I was expecting it at 0:16. Not a big issue, but... I like the way it builds up for the first minute. At 0:56, the melody there sounded extremely uplifting and nice.

Second impression: Kick roll to 1:16, cool. New melody too. It has good melodies there. This is really uplifting. To the pad at 1:56, there was a cool transition. Didn't work perfectly, but it wasn't bad.

Third impression: The pad mentioned in the second impression has a wonderful melody. I love the variation so far, especially the wobble in the background. I can tell you put a TON of effort into this. It is not repetitive, as new elements come in almost the instant I get bored with a bit. I LOVE the kick drum roll that fades in and out to go to the next section.

Fourth impression: Sweet riffs, man. (Or woman. Whichever gender you are.) It goes back to one of the melodies you heard towards the beginning at 3:45, a VERY good touch, which imbues it with a more compositionally sound element. It fades out very nicely as well, with a touch back to the very beginning. I don't like the fadeout though. This could be improved easily with a quick reverse cymbal roll.

Overall impression: One hell of a good song. I love it! There are no errors that stop me from enjoying it, and it has a nicely done happy atmosphere. Definitely lifted me up. Please make more like this!

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neolinked responds:

Thank you for the great review! It means a lot :)